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Ghost Recon: Wildlands claims back-to-back Australian and New Zealand number ones.
The publisher has lifted the curtain on this year's EA Play lineup.
The OFLC has given the Red Barrels title an R18+ rating following a re-submission, citing High impact horror themes, violence, blood, gore and sex.
Naughty Dog's latest entry into the Uncharted series will be a standalone adventure, exclusive to PlayStation 4.
Nominations for both the 2017 Women In Games List, The Game Changers, and the Women In Games Awards will close next Friday.
Teams will battle it out for the right to represent the APAC region at this year’s Grand Finals.
The Liberal Democratic's senator has spoken out following Outlast 2's refusal of classification.
On our recent trip to GDC 2017 we sat down with Martin Foley, Minister for Creative Industries in Victoria about his journey to the conference and his passion for the ...
The publishers have unveiled a number of releases across PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation VR, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation Vita and PC.
MCV Pacific's weekly industry communication is now available online and will be published to the site as it sends.
Megan Brownlow has been named as Deputy Chair as a part of three new appointments by the Turnbull Government.
The organisation will no longer host an annual mixer, with plans to focus on directly supporting female developers across the state.
Just six months in, the Australasian Gaming Podcast network continues to set a new pace.
Starting today, Press Start’s reviews will be included in OpenCritic's review aggregation platform.
Deck13’s upcoming hardcore action-RPG will release in May with pre-orders opening today.
The the two rising stars have been selected as semi-finalist's for the Bartercard Online Achievement Award.
Mass Effect: Andromeda leads three titles to market this week at retail.
All the weekend's news.
The two QVS staffers will be throwing themselves out of a plane in a bid to raise money for ‘All for Trace’.
Jessica Jazic and Julian Chan have recently joined the Sydney based distributor.
Sydney's The Gamesmen have published their old catalogues online, dating back to Autumn 1990.